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The Charismatic Illusion

Author: Peter Masters & John C Whitcomb
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Expanded revision of the Charismatic Phenomenon (1982) with answers to questions

Now with more answers to questions asked by people investigating the arguments, this veteran book contends for the biblical position on the gifts that prevailed for nearly 2,000 years before the charismatic movement came along.

Here is the dynamic teaching of the Spirit that sustained true churches and believers through dark and bright years of history, through the Reformation, through the Puritan era, through the time of great Confessions of Faith, through repeated awakenings and revivals, and through the worldwide growth of the modern missionary movement.

Here is the case for authentic biblical spiritual life.
Table of Contents
Part I - The illusion introduced
1 The longing for signs and woders
2 Testing today's miracles
3 What are the greater works?
4 Today's gifts are not the same
5 The purpose of the gifts has changed
6 Is the word of God complete?
7 Tongues were never for personal benefit
8 Should we personally seek the gifts
9 Bypassing the mind and the word
10 Is the Holy Spirit in it?

Part II - Answering the questions
11 What about the signs of Mark 16?
12 Is not the command to speak in tongues still binding?
13 Why should extremists discredit the gifts?
14 Why not return to early church life?
15 Does God not heal today?
16 Surely we must exorcise demons?
17 If preaching is inspired, why not prophecy?
18 Do not the gifts continue un til Christ comes?
19 What is wrong with tongues in personal devotions?
20 Are you saying the gifts are from Satan?
21 Miracle workers besides Apostles?
22 Conclusion

The Charismatic Illusion

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Author Peter Masters & John C Whitcomb
Item Code No
ISBN 9781908919700
Weight 300.0000
Publisher The Wakeman Trust
Binding Paperback
Depth No
Height No
Width No
Illustrated No
Pages 100
Volumes No